Technology and the web have changed how fiction, poetry, essays, and memoirs are being distributed, and have begun to alter the process of writing, reading, sharing, and consuming texts. Words are finding new modalities, and innovators across disciplines have begun to experiment with how technology might improve their creation, curation, and consumption.
Code Meet Print is the community and consultancy at the intersection of texts + technology that will contemplate, define, and help build better interfaces for engagement, more relevant curators for discovery, and more useful marketplaces for dissemination of great writing to eager readers.
We are poets and short story writers, web designers and database developers, startup founders, essayists, investors, and six-word novelists. You are too. Come have a word with us.
"There are among the matters yet to be imagined. Matters of which as yet no inkling. The test is company." -Beckett
Dec 12, 2015 · 2:00 PM
Authentic Letterpress Workshop
Found this really cool Letterpress Printing workshop, i've always wanted to do some hands on printing, who is down to join me!? here is some of the info on the website I... Learn more
Feb 27, 2014 · 7:00 PM
Innovations in Paid Content
People DO pay for content. Here are some stories of success.
Code Meet Print and the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism present "Innovations in Paid... Learn more
Sep 12, 2013 · 6:00 PM
Chase the Sun: September Summer Happy Hour
Let's keep summer going with our first-ever Code Meet Print Summer Happy Hour! No panels or presentations, just a relaxed way for us all to meet and and you know, talk... Learn more
Jul 31, 2013 · 6:30 PM
Cocktails and Conversation with Readability, Arc90 and Friends
Code Meet Print co-hosts an evening of cocktails and conversation with Readability, Arc90 and special guests Karen McGrane, Richard Ziade and Paul Ford
Join us for a... Learn more
Nov 29, 2012 · 7:30 PM
Twitter, Fiction and Prototyping at General Assembly
Code Meet Print celebrates the first ever Twitter Fiction Festival by hosting a night to discuss the state of Twitter fiction, to lead a mini-workshop on rapid... Learn more